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Fall Guidance for COVID-19

 

This page was updated September 16, 2021

 

 

With the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus or Coronavirus, the College’s Senior Administration gives the health and safety of all CMN students, staff and faculty the highest priority. The best practice is to be informed about prevention and the future of the virus. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Wisconsin Department of Health are our best resources for updates. You are encouraged to check these links for up-to-date and accurate news and to watch your CMN e-mail and campus monitors for specific updates with College-specific information.

 

The Senior Leadership Team would like to extend our thanks for all that is being done as we all make difficult changes in these unprecedented times. We understand many are making adjustments in their personal lives beyond campus as well. Our priorities remain the health and safety of our campus community and the continued provision of a quality education for our students. Please continue to follow health guidelines and monitor your emails for these updates, as well as the CMN Facebook page and website.



BASIC PRECAUTIONS
Masking indoors Masks/face coverings are required in all CMN buildings for all individuals, regardless of vaccination status.

Masks/face coverings are required when meeting with students, faculty, and staff regardless of location.

Masks are available in every facility and classroom on campus.
Masking outdoors Required for unvaccinated individuals.

Optional for vaccinated individuals when 6 feet of social distancing is adhered to.
Washing hands and hand sanitizer Restrooms are open to allow for frequent hand washing.

Please continue handwashing for 20 seconds to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Hand sanitizer is available in every facility throughout campus and is visible and required in classroom areas.

Hand sanitizer stations at main entrances.
Physical distancing Classrooms are reconfigured to allow for social distancing.

Chief of Staff approval is necessary for moving any classroom furniture.

Barriers were installed to create “instructor zones” and “student zones” within classrooms.
Cleaning/disinfecting Furniture has been replaced that allows for ease of cleaning and wiping.

Classroom cleaning schedules will remain in place.

A reminder that people should clean their own spaces regularly. Sanitary wipes are available.
COVID-19 vaccination CMN strongly recommends all eligible persons be vaccinated against COVID-19.

CMN acknowledges that some of our community may not be eligible to receive the vaccination due to personal, health, or religious reasons.
HEALTH AND SAFETY
Designated contact person for any of the following rows: If you are a student, please report to one of the following if you have a positive COVID-19 test, direct exposure to someone who has COVID-19, or if you are showing COVID-19 symptoms: your instructor(s), Retention Director, or Interim Dean of Letters and Science/GB Coordinator.

[Contact info: Retention Director, 715-799-6226, ext. 3089, nshawanokasic@menominee.edu OR Interim Dean of L&S/GB Coordinator, 715-799-6226, ext. 4003, lfenzl@menominee.edu]

If you are a staff or faculty, please report to your supervisor and the COVID-19 Coordinator (hr@menominee.edu) if you have a positive COVID-19 test, direct exposure to someone who has COVID-19, or if you are showing COVID-19 symptoms.
Symptom monitoring/diagnostic testing All students, staff, and faculty should stay home if feeling ill.

If you have any symptoms of COVID-19, contact the designated person (bold section above) for reporting.

Testing is strongly recommended. If testing is not pursued, then 10 days of isolation (from onset of symptoms) will be warranted.

If a student gets sick while on campus, immediately separate the student from the classroom setting. If a student does not have immediate transportation, (s)he will be placed in the designated area.

For additional information, please view the charts on this page that fit you best.
Contact tracing The COVID-19 Coordinator will be in charge of contact tracing. Contact information is above.
Positive result report Contact the designated person (bold section above) if you test positive for reporting.

Isolate for 10 days (from onset of symptoms if symptomatic or if asymptomatic 10 days from test result) and monitor for COVID-19 symptoms.

Any individual with a positive test will not be allowed to return to campus until 10 day isolation is complete and 24 hours free from fever.
Close contact to COVID-19 positive case For fully VACCINATED individuals (2 weeks after second dose), with exposure to an individual who tested positive where the exposure was more than 15 minutes or public health has identified an individual as exposed to positive case (direct exposure) please do the following:
  • Contact designated person (highlighted section above) for reporting
  • Get tested 3-5 days after the date of exposure
  • Wear a mask in public indoor settings for 14 days following exposure or until a negative test results
For UNVACCINATED individuals with exposure to an individual who tested positive where the exposure was more than 15 minutes or public health has identified an individual as exposed to positive case (direct exposure) please do the following:
  • Contact designated person (bold section above) for reporting
  • You are strongly encouraged to call health care provider to determine if you should be tested for COVID-19
  • The individual will be required to quarantine for 10 days and will not be permitted on campus until 10 day quarantine is complete
Building access Public buildings will be open during normal business hours.

Any person obviously appearing ill shall be prohibited from entering any CMN buildings and will be asked to leave immediately.
ACADEMICS AND THE CLASSROOM
Academic trips and/or experiential learning Academic trips and experiential learning must follow masking and social distancing guidelines.
Academic service-learning All classes will be 100% face-to-face.

If a student is feeling ill, they will discuss with their instructor on virtual options and coursework. Students must confirm the WebEx ID and password with the instructor so they may attend class from home during quarantine.
Internships Any internship positions will follow COVID-19 guidelines.
Student-teacher education field placements All student teachers must follow the COVID-19 protocols of the school in which they are student teaching.
FOOD ON CAMPUS
Food on campus The serving of food is allowed on campuses with the following requirements:
  • No buffet-style food service
  • Food must be served in a way that limits the crowding of individuals
  • Face covering and gloves must be worn when food is being served
CAMPUS EVENTS AND PROGRAMS
Admission tours Admission tours are available upon request.

A virtual tour is also available on our website.
External conferences and events CMN COVID-19 guidelines apply to these events.
Visitors on campus If you are a guest, visitor, or vendor, it is preferred to schedule an appointment based on limited accessibility.

Individuals will be required to sign in using a visitors log. At a minimum, the log will track the following information: date, full name, company/organization, and department/person visiting.
Gatherings On-campus gatherings will adhere to all CMN COVID-19 protocols.

Larger gatherings will have the option to reserve outside resources.
Public attendance at campus events Community members may attend on-campus events and are required to follow CMN’s guidelines for COVID-19 safety precaution.
OFFICES AND CAMPUS BUILDINGS
All offices and campus buildings will operate at 100% capacity with enhanced safety precautions and physical distancing guidelines.
Meetings Face-to-face meetings will adhere to all CMN COVID-19 protocols or be held virtually.

Meetings held in classroom spaces must follow the capacity limits of the room.
DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL
CMN sponsored travel CMN sponsored travel is allowed for vaccinated individuals (e.g. employees, participants, students).

CMN Vehicles - fleet passenger vehicles travel is allowed with the following requirements in addition to normal check out and use procedures:
  • Masks must be worn at all times while in transit when more than one person is in the vehicle.
  • PPE is required in vehicles.
    • Cleaning wipes, Hand sanitizer and Face Masks
  • Driver is responsible for cleaning the vehicle.
    • Vehicle must be wiped down after use - all high touch surfaces wiped down.
Domestic travel CMN will not monitor personal travel.
International travel Please follow CDC guidelines for international travel.

It is recommended to get tested when arriving back into the United States and before returning to campus.
WORK ARRANGEMENTS FOR COLLEGE EMPLOYEES
Work arrangements for employees UNVACCINATED:
CMN will no longer allow sponsored (Admin or Pandemic Leave) paid leave for time off for isolation and/or quarantine (employees will be required to use their Personal or Vacation Time).

VACCINATED:
CMN will allow sponsored (Admin or Pandemic Leave) paid leave for time off for isolation and/or quarantine.

TELEWORK:
Supervisor approval is required for an employee to telework based on CMN Telecommuting Policy.
If approved, policy requires the Telecommuting Agreement to be submitted to your supervisor.

 

 

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